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Posted February 07, 2011 12:44 pm by Kim Francisco

ANX Introduces Cashier Security Awareness Training for Merchant PCI Compliance

Convenient, online course shows cashiers how to clearly recognize fraudulent payment cards and comply with security standards


SOUTHFIELD, Mich. (February 7, 2011) – ANXeBusiness Corp. (ANX), a provider of networking and security managed services, today announced the new Cashier Security Awareness Training component of its TruPCI Compliance Management Solution. Created to help Level 4 Merchants meet PCI DSS Requirement 12.6.1, “Educate personnel upon hire and at least annually,” ANX Cashier Security Awareness Training differs from traditional courses by focusing on the unique needs of cashiers.


This brief, online course covers critical merchant security issues, teaching cashiers how to:


  • Identify fraudulent credit/debit cards
  • Protect sensitive areas and...

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Posted December 14, 2009 9:36 am by Glenn Moore

ANX Webinar on Dec. 18 - Benefits of Managed EDI

Companies rely on EDI to exchange some of your most critical and time-sensitive business documents such as purchase orders, material releases, invoices, and shipping notices. As supply chains grow in scope and complexity, EDI departments are finding it difficult to keep pace with growing technology and personnel requirements.  Many companies facing these technology and personnel constraints elect to outsource their EDI operations to an EDI Managed Services provider.  





Please join us for this complimentary webinar to explore:


  • What are EDI Managed Services?
  • The reasons why companies elect to utilize an EDI Managed Service partner
  • The benefits of outsourcing EDI to a Managed Services partner
  • An overview of ANX Velocity Managed Services


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Posted December 10, 2009 9:24 am by Kevin Pierce

GXS & Inovis Merger

GXS & Inovis Announce Merger

Yesterday, two of the largest VANs in the EDI industry announced plans to merge in 2010.  Both GXS and Inovis have long histories serving global EDI customers, and in some capacity their combination will likely affect most companies conducting B2B e-commerce.  GXS’ equity owner, Francisco Partners, will be the majority shareholder of the combined company, and GXS CEO Bob Segert will run the company.

With GXS clearly positioned to be in control of the combined company, I spent some time looking through blogs and EDI-related user groups to gauge the marketplace views on the merger.  The opinions being articulated were divergent based on source. 


Analysts’ Views

“After covering the B2B integration market segment for 10 years, I can say from the...

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Posted November 30, 2009 8:18 am by Kevin Pierce

When Outsourcing is The Best Choice

I am a weekend warrior (both in sports and other projects).  With ANX as the largest EDI vendor to the Automotive Aftermarket, I decided to embark on a project over my Thanksgiving holiday that would support both items.  This project would not only feed my inherent love of challenges, but it would also allow me to support the Automotive Aftermarket in a tangible manner by buying parts from numerous vendors.


Replacing the Full Suspension on a Four Wheel Drive Truck

My project for the holiday was simple.  Replace the suspension on one of my cars (an FJ Cruiser), turning it into the ultimate all terrain vehicle.  My initial plan was to replace the shocks and springs on the truck, giving it more articulation when encountering deep ruts or large mounds during cross-country...

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Posted November 10, 2009 1:23 pm by Kevin Pierce

Place Your Bets

Place Your Bets

I spent a few days recently in Las Vegas, primarily to attend an industry conference, but I also took a few moments to partake in one of Vegas’ main attractions.


Guaranteed Success -  Sign me up!

I’m guessing many reading this blog have played roulette at some point, but for those who have not, it’s a fairly simple game.  Similar to other games of chance, one is able to place bets on colors (red or black) or numbers in the hope that your number, color, etc. will be realized and you will get a payout.  As you can probably guess, in the world of “chance” one has greater probability for success by placing multiple bets.  If you place chips on red, black and all numbers, you are guaranteed to win.  Sounds great, huh?  Guaranteed success – sign me up!  The...

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